Re/Order investigates how photographic collage can create a unique sense   of     order     from     inconspicuous     and     fragmented     meanings     from     my     everyday     experiences.     I have selected images from my own archive of photographs, and used collage to recreate a subjective sense of meaning. Realigning my photographs is an attempt to both re-organise     and     give     agency     to     these     seemingly     inconspicuous     lived     experiences.

Re/Order investigates how photographic collage can create a unique sense of order from inconspicuous and fragmented meanings from my everyday experiences.

I have selected images from my own archive of photographs, and used collage to recreate a subjective sense of meaning. Realigning my photographs is an attempt to both re-organise and give agency to these seemingly inconspicuous lived experiences.

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  Re/Order investigates how photographic collage can create a unique sense   of     order     from     inconspicuous     and     fragmented     meanings     from     my     everyday     experiences.     I have selected images from my own archive of photographs, and used collage to recreate a subjective sense of meaning. Realigning my photographs is an attempt to both re-organise     and     give     agency     to     these     seemingly     inconspicuous     lived     experiences.
Hounours-Power.jpg
Honours- Lobster-tree.jpg
Honours-Windows.jpg
Hounours-Stop.jpg
Thomas Oliver-1.jpg
Thomas Oliver-2.jpg
Thomas Oliver-3.jpg
Thomas Oliver-4.jpg

Re/Order investigates how photographic collage can create a unique sense of order from inconspicuous and fragmented meanings from my everyday experiences.

I have selected images from my own archive of photographs, and used collage to recreate a subjective sense of meaning. Realigning my photographs is an attempt to both re-organise and give agency to these seemingly inconspicuous lived experiences.

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